Eyes Now, a veteran owned optometrist based in Dallas Texas, has provided new information that can help you when making the decision to purchase transition lenses or not for your new pair of specs!
Transition lenses allow your prescription glasses to seamlessly transform into sunglasses when hit with rays of UV light so that you don’t have to own multiple pairs and constantly switch out your glasses based on your environment.
The clinic has provided all of the information about transition lenses you should consider when deciding if they are a solid option. The article will inform you on the several types of transition lenses as well as label out five benefits of transition lenses, the article even includes a section for the pros and cons of transition lenses so you can weigh out the benefits and cost for yourself and make a better decision.
The article entitled ‘5 Reasons You Need to Invest in Transition Lenses Now’, as well as many other useful posts, can be found on the Eyes Now website here. https://eyesnow.us/5-reasons-you-need-to-invest-in-transition-lenses-now/
Eyes Now consistently updates their blog page with new information pertaining to eye care, diseases, lenses and more.
About Dallas Eyes Now
The company’s steady expansion since 2016 sees it offer services from three locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Clinics in Lewisville, Southlake, and Dallas are open 7 days a week, offering premier optometry solutions through a combination of cutting-edge technology and traditional values of patient care.
A spokesperson says, “Vision is a gift that we can help you protect. We gain insight into the health of your eyes and detect possible diseases and vision-impairing conditions. Dallas Eyes Now is proud to be veteran-owned and operated.”
With its latest service updates, Dallas Eyes Now continues to set the standard for premier eye care in North Texas.
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